Thanks to Orla-Peach Power for creating a Storify of the EAI conference Twitter activity!
Thanks to everyone who attended our conference last week, you really helped to make it a great success. Particular thanks go to our speakers on the day, Ellen O’Carroll, Isabella Mulhall, Gill Plunkett, Orla-Peach Power, Eileen Reilly and Lorna O’Donnell, and to all their collaborators. Meriel McClatchie introduced the conference and Mick Monk responded to all the presentations by highlighting many of the discussion points raised during the sessions. Special mention and thanks also to the main chairs (Ben Geary and Michael Ryan) for their work during the day, our invited guests (Gill Campbell and Chris Caseldine) and the facilitators of the discussion sections in the afternoon (James Eogan, Ben Geary, Steve Davis, Fiona Beglane and Penny Johnston).
We would also like to thank the National Monuments Service and the National Botanic Gardens for their support, and to the Association of Environmental Archaeology for sponsoring the student poster prize.
Further news and discussions on environmental archaeology in Ireland can be found on our blog.
The EAI conference is underway! Follow live tweets from the event under #EAI2016 on Twitter.
The deadline for sending in poster abstracts has been extended. You now have until 8th February 2016 to send in poster abstracts to Ellen O’Carroll (style guidelines and contact details here). The posters will be displayed during the day of the conference and there is a prize, sponsored by the Association for Environmental Archaeology, for the best student poster.